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Love entwined



Love entwined
By LookMaImAWriter on 06/23/2007
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The moon washes over us, all fleshy and exhausted.
The smell of musk hangs on the air.
Throaty laughing, your naked body silhouetted by the window.

We shake a little, afloat in the conjoined bliss,
Two strangers who never truly knew each other until this night.
I roll over and you, sensing my every move,
Put an arm around my breast, squeeze gently
And kiss my back softly. I can see the future.

A beach, pure, salty and perfect,
Adventure, solitude, and time for everything
And you
And you
And you…
We will grow old together,
Bask in the last rays of the day, warming old bones.
I will see you through eyes much wiser.
See your distinguished air in a new light.
You will see a woman contented by a life well-lived.
We will attend foreign parties, welcome passers-by
Surround ourselves with the precious and sweet.

You start to snore, lightly, regularly,
I snuggle in tighter, still feeling you deep, deep.
We mold into one form, dozing off into a
Conjoined dream.

© By LookMaImAWriter On 6/23/2007 4:08:55 PM
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